We continue to remain broadly positive in our view of Cameroon's agribusiness sector, with our forecasts for productionand consumption in three of the four crops we cover - namely grains, cocoa, and sugar - remaining unchanged in this quarterlyupdate. The coffee sub-sector has been the focus of revisions in our forecasts this quarter, with our outlook for output seeingrevision. While we have downgraded our forecasts across our forecast period owing to a downwards revision of our estimatedproduction level for sugar in 2017, the extension of our five-year forecast period out to 2022 has actually seen our forecastedaverage annualised growth outlook turn to positive, from negative in our last update. More broadly, we see growth in the productionand consumption of all key soft commodities in Cameroon, including sugar and coffee (with the exception of cocoa demand, whichwe forecast to remain flat through to 2022). Increasing government support and the ratification of the new trade deal with the EUwill both help to maintain investment and growth in these crops. In terms of our five-year production growth forecasts we arepredicting coffee to outperform the Cameroonian agricultural complex, while in terms of consumption we are forecasting corn tooutperform.